Summary: The G15 Revision 2 Gaming Keyboard meets the same high quality standard you would expect from a product, while incorporating some interesting features to make it extra appealing specifically for 3D game play.
Pros: » LCD can provide a variety of useful information, » Configurable special function G-keys, » Backlit keys with three lighting levels (off, low, high), » Multimedia controls, » Extra LCD functions can be programmed, or are available online, » Well made
Cons: » Price, » Should have had a different model number to better distinguish it from original G15 keyboard
Excerpt: mice can attest), Logitech is trying its hand on the gaming keyboard market – for the second time. Their G15 gaming keyboard is being re-released with a new design, fewer programmable keys and more support for popular games like World of Warcraft.
Conclusion: The things that made the original G15 such a hit are kept in the rev2. The new LCD is definitely going to split opinions. I like the new one over the old, but I can also see why some like the old one more.
Pros: Bright and clear LCD-screen, Nice and quiet "feel" on the keys, Looks stylish
Summary: I’m not a big fan of running software in the background on my PC but the Logitech G15 was worth it. Once I installed the Logitech software a lot of applications just automatically supported it so I did not have to worry about setting up each one.
Excerpt: A few years back Logitech introduced the G15 Keyboard to the masses. No one had seen a keyboard that resembled the likes of it before. It took some of the features that people had been hacking into their own keyboards and made it mainstream.
Pros: New stylish look, Smaller size, Less Marco Keys, Logitech got it right this time
Conclusion: Logitech certainly knows how to package a product, and make it attractive to consumers. The retail package, website promotion, and related information was sufficient in getting me excited about their new G15 2007 Programmable LCD Gaming Keyboard.
Pros: Supplemental information is displayed on the GamePanel LCD, Six programmable G-keys record macro or key press, Multimedia control buttons, Game mode switch disables the Windows key, Illuminated keys, Wrist pad included, GamePanel software offers out-of-game functionality, Transverse position keyb...
Cons: USB 1.1 ports are obsolete and do not support some hardware, Illuminated keys have offset back-lighting which dims edges, Uses rubber membrane key action instead of scissor type, Expensive product with few additional features, GamePanel video game compatibility is very limited